March 12th - End of 3rd Quarter
March 13th-16th - NO SCHOOL - Spring Break
March 19th - NO SCHOOL - Teacher In-Service
March 18th - 3rd quarter report cards sent home with students
March 18th - Fundraising Meeting - 5:30 in CMS Library
March 19th - CMS Quiz Bowl at CMS - 8:00-3:00
March 21st - CMS Quiz Bowl @ Banner County
March 21st - CMS Lockdown Drill - 9:00 AM
On February 28th, over 80 students students from across the Panhandle submitted National History Day projects for judging at the regional NHD competition that was held at Chadron State College. Chadron Middle School had twenty-six students submit fifteen projects in the competition.
Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a team of filmmakers on a mission to showcase positive stories from Nebraska’s public schools. Nebraska Loves Public Schools is a campaign funded by the Sherwood Foundation. The group was guided to Chadron Public School after they asked the Nebraska Department of Education to recommend some schools that do a good job with individualized learning.
February 24th - March 7th - Penny Wars - Playground Fundraiser
February 224th - February 25th - Youth Volleyball sign ups at PAC from 5:30-7:00
February 25th - Student Health Screening
February 28th - 1:30 Dismissal
February 28th - National History Day @ CSC
February 28th - Last day to order yearbooks at discounted price ($20) goes up to $25 after March 1st
March 7th - 1:30 Dismissal
Please take a few minutes to fill out the Chadron Public Schools Technology Survey. The results of this survey will be used to envision future technology enhancements for our school district. Your name will be entered into a drawing for some great prizes after the survey is completed. However, you may choose to complete the survey anonymously.
Thank you for the many ways that you support Chadron Public Schools.
Congratulations to Teresa Gottwald for winning the Dawes County Spelling Bee, which took place at the Dawes County Courthouse on February 2nd, 2014. By winning the county bee, Teresa qualified for the Midwest Spelling Bee, which will be held in Omaha, Nebraska on March 15th.
Congratulations to all of the students that competed at the Dawes County Bee and we look forward to the fun, academic competition again next year.
Mr. Rodriguez's 6th grade health class has been studying body systems. Students were assigned a body system to research and asked to create a project that displayed their findings. Some of the information that students were required to include on the project was the name of the body system, the system's function, the parts of the system, and any additional information related to the body system. Below are few examples of the students' work.
Congratulations to Zach C. and Kaylie E. for finishing in the top two of the school round of the National Geographic Bee. Zach was the overall school champion and won the opportunity to take the written test that could qualify him for the state round. Thank you to all of the students that competed in the CMS National Geographic Geography Bee.